It advised that because of the instability of concentrated solution of sodium hypochlorite, its manufacture had been discontinued.
Rideal has shown that the addition of ammonia to sodium hypochlorite destroys the bleaching activity in acid solution.
This may be distinguished from the similar antimony deposit by its ready solubility in a solution of sodium hypochlorite.
These solutions contain mixtures of sodium hypochlorite and sodium chloride together with some free alkali.
sodium hypochlorite is probably hydrolysed in dilute solution in a manner similar to that of bleach.
The alcoholic tincture becomes green with sodium hypochlorite, and with nitric acid turns in succession green, blue and brown.
Their solution in hydrochloric acid is nearly neutralised; acetate of soda is then added, and an excess of sodium hypochlorite.
sodium hypochlorite n.
An unstable salt usually stored in solution and used as a fungicide and an oxidizing bleach.
|sodium hypochlorite |
An unstable salt that is usually stored in solution and used as a fungicide and an oxidizing bleach. Chemical formula: NaOCl·5H2O.